The cameras, which are all located in Southeast Washington, were installed in early June.
The newest set of more than 100 traffic enforcement cameras placed around D.C. will continue to issue warnings, not tickets.
Motorists in D.C. have racked up nearly $70 million in traffic camera fines this year, and that number is only going to increase as the city plans to more than double its number of traffic enforcement cameras.
Laurel police are trying something new in the push to slow down speeders with automated speed cameras, deploying decoy cameras instead.
Traffic camera fines in the District will decrease starting Monday, but drivers hoping to get a discount when the camera flashes likely will be disappointed.